Hi All, Just signed up for this forum today. I hope my question fits in here, if not please feel free to move it. Anyway, I just bought a new house this past summer in Northern New England. The upper floor (Living Room, Dining Room and kitchen) is heated (adequately) by an Osburn 1800 High Efficiency wood stove ( http://www.fireplacesnow.com/products/osburn-1800-high-efficiency-epa-bay-window-wood-burning-stove-gold-gold-88257-sub-88252?gclid=COSH5KHX87oCFcVQ7AodU3oAvQ ). It works really well and during the day, my wife and daughter are nice and cozy. However, now that nights are getting cooler and cooler, I am having trouble of keeping the stove going over night. I load it up before we go to bed around 9.45pm. When I get up at 6.30am, all the glowing coal stuff is gone, just ash left and the stove is basically cold (let alone the room). I was wondering if you guys/experts have some tips for me as to how I can keep it going through the night? For some time, I used to get up at 2 - 3am in the morning and refill the stove but we have a baby and sleep is rare and precious. Why can't we just have an electric ignition system for wood stoves (similar to pellet stoves)? That'd be neat!